Welcome to CITE 2016 The Civil Infrastructure & Technology Exhibition

Following the great success of the first Civil Infrastructure and Technology Exhibition (CITE) in 2014, this second event in the series provided companies in the supply chain for the UK’s transport, construction, utilities and communications infrastructure sector with unique opportunities to showcase their capabilities to a wide audience.

Highlights from CITE 2016

Victoria Hills, CEO of the Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation speaking at CITE 2016

Highlights from CITE 2016, Wednesday 13th April

Highlights from CITE 2016, Tuesday 12th April

A comprehensive event in its own right, CITE was further enhanced by the co-location with our well-established rail infrastructure exhibition, Infrarail; together, they formed the UK’s biggest infrastructure event.

Over 6,600 industry professionals from various infrastructure sectors attended the combined event. Feedback from exhibitors was very positive regarding visitor quality, too, which was confirmed by data showing that some 64% of visitors possessed purchasing authority.


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The Official CITE Review

Read the Official CITE 2016 Review for a unique insight into what took place at CITE 2016.

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ACE

“ACE welcomes the announcement that the Civil Infrastructure & Technology Exhibition will return in 2016 after its successful launch last year. CITE 2016 will play an important role in supporting business generation, innovation and networking throughout the supply chain. As the trade association for companies that design and deliver infrastructure, ACE understands the importance to its member firms of large scale opportunities to improve their competitive edge and develop business. CITE 2016 will see the exhibition develop in size and quality exhibitors showcasing the latest advances in the sector, and ACE is delighted to be supporting the event once again”

Gary Bullett, ACE

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